Do you know that 70% of ERP systems in the developing country were not successful because they did not get the expected benefits and the non support of Government regulations ? Now let’s dig out that what are the actual reasons which stop the developing countries from successful erp implementation.
The first factor comes in to an individual’s mind that cost is the biggest factor because generally it is seemed that the financial gap between the developed and developing countries is at the extreme. But is it true that the cost is the only factor which is a bigger interruption in the successful implementation of the ERP software.
No, it is not really true. One of the actual reasons of unsuccessful implementation of the ERP software is a huge gap between the organization requirements and current ERP software. The poor performance of the erp software is generally occured by the poor business infrastructure, informal working policies, misfits, insufficient human resources and financial limitations.
The interest and commitment level of top level management also effects the ERP software performance. Top level management is responsible for the allocation of funds and the judging of direction in which an ERP software is going. So it is necessary to have top management involvement in the companies of developing countries for the successful implementation.
This is also necessary for the users of the software also to get properly involved with it. How much earlier the users will be involved with the software, it will help you to implement the changes in the software on time. The proper change management also helps in making successful to the erp software.